The Subways to headline 2000trees Festival

plus Jim Lockey, The Dawn Chorus, Chris T-T, and more

published: Fri 19th Feb 2010

The Subways

Friday 16th to Saturday 17th July 2010
Upcote Farm, Withington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 4BL, England MAP
£50, children 0-10 years free entry - SOLD OUT
last updated: Fri 21st May 2010

Post-grunge punk rockers The Subways will headline this summer's 2000trees Festival.

The Subways
Last year the British trio were the main support for AC/DC's stadium shows at Wembley Stadium and Glasgow’s Hampden Park. Before that they turned two years on the road touring with the likes of Foo Fighters and Oasis, and turned a potentially career-ending throat ailment, into their edgier second album 'All Or Nothing'.

Their debut album, 'Young for Eternity', was released in the UK in June 2005 and included four Top 40 British singles. The album's most popular track, 'Rock & Roll Queen', went gold in the US.

Other acts confirmed include Jim Lockey & The Solemn Sun, The Dawn Chorus, Chris T-T, Roundstone, The Tailors, Ben Marwood, and popular folk singer Dan Heaver who returns for his fourth year in a row.

Organiser Andy Rea said, "I first saw The Subways five years ago and they were fantastic, even though little known back then. Always exciting, energetic and really working the crowd into a frenzy, this is sure to be a superb crowning glory to this year's 2000trees."

They join the other headliner Frank Turner and 65daysofstatic who are the first names for two full days featuring more than 50 acts on three stages still to be confirmed, as well as the addition of comedy running during the day on the third stage, DJs, headphone disco and campfire sing-a-longs , plus an extra day of music and fun for the first 500 people who purchase early entry passes for Thursday 15th July.

2000trees Festival returns for a fourth year on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th July at Upcote Farm, Withington, Cheltenham, in Gloucestershire.

Weekend tickets are available priced at £50. Tickets for the VIP special guests night happening on Thursday are also available as is a Joint ticket with Y-Not festival priced at £90 which offers entry to both 2000trees and their sister festival Y-Not in Derbyshire. Child tickets for 0-10 year olds are free (but require a ticket), and a campervan ticket is priced at £30. Please note that Campervan Tickets must be purchased in conjunction with a Weekend Camping Ticket. Towed caravans are prohibited.

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Friday 16th to Saturday 17th July 2010
Upcote Farm, Withington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 4BL, England MAP
£50, children 0-10 years free entry - SOLD OUT
last updated: Fri 21st May 2010


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